Evelyn devoted herself to recording and memorializing Rochester’s LGBTQ+ community.
View the original article here Appalachian Artisan Center Newsletter Get involved! Support! Subscribe! September, 2021 Partnerships in Healing In the fifth year of Culture of Recovery, we have gained much attention for the therapeutic benefits of arts and the effectiveness in combatting substance abuse disorders. We value the partnerships we gained in our journey to promote
View the original article from Floyd County Chronicle Artist Charmaine Wheatley’s rendering of Shawna Edwards displayed at the MAC on August 5, as part of the “Art Reducing Stima” campaign. Floyd Chronicle and Times photo by Trevor Thacker Mountain Comprehensive Care Center’s Art Reducing Stigma Campaign returned to the Mountain Arts Center Aug. 5, to
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OutAlliance hosted a screening of award-winning local filmmaker Don Casper’s short documentary “Don’t Define Me” (13 min) accompanied by a panel discussion featuring HIV experts, activists, and community members.
Taylor, who was was taken by Wheatley’s ability to “capture a part of me that people rarely see,” says the portraits speak to the urgency – and potential – for change: “These portraits are about hope: they show a dreamscape of social change. They are about the possibility of building a future city where wellbeing and wholeness reign.”